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Chicago White Sox Postseason History
Chicago has been a city with two baseball teams for many years, with the White Sox and Cubs battling for the headlines in the Second City. And the White Sox have done a great job of keeping up with the Cubs by delivering in the postseason, thanks to some interesting managers, quality players, and one flamethrower of a closer during their history of October baseball.
Most of those things materialized during the 2005 season, where the White Sox won their first championship since taking the 1917 title. That team was led by Ozzie Guillen, who won Manager of the Year honors that season. Guillen was a character to say the least, as his interview answers and antics during games often drew more attention than the games themselves. Of course, the White Sox were plenty entertaining on the field during the Guillen era, but Guillen was successful and entertaining from the dugout.
Of course, helping Guillen’s team win a title was the fact that they had one of the hardest throwing closers in the sport. Bobby Jenks wasn’t a household name, but he threw hard, often topping the 100 miles per hour mark when he entered a game with the intention of shutting it down. In the 2005 World Series, he picked up two saves and struck out seven batters in five innings of work.
In the 2005 World Series, the White Sox swept the Houston Astros, who had two Hall of Famers on their roster in Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio. The feel-good story of that World Series run was the performance of Jermaine Dye, who won World Series MVP honors for his performance in the sweep. Dye hit .428 during that series, and reached base in more than half of his plate appearances.
When it comes to rivals in the playoffs, the Toronto Blue Jays would be among the best choices. Toronto knocked the White Sox out of the playoffs in 1993 in the American League Championship Series. Chicago had the league MVP in Frank Thomas, the Cy Young award winner in Jack McDowell, and the manager of the year in Gene LaMont that season when they went at it with the Jays.
When Do White Sox Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
White Sox playoff tickets go on sale around the time that the team makes the playoffs. When a postseason spot is clinched, the team begins selling tickets. This usually happens in September, but can be slightly earlier if the White Sox are having a strong year relative to their competition.
How Much Do White Sox Playoff Tickets Cost?
Tickets to a Chicago White Sox playoff game can vary in price based on several factors. The most important two factors are what part of the playoffs the tickets are for, as well as where the seats are located. Naturally, World Series tickets tend to be the most expensive of all playoff tickets, while the earlier rounds can be less pricey. Similarly, seats closer to the field tend to be the most expensive in Guaranteed Rate Field.
On average, MLB playoff tickets resell for $170.